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UN rights chief bemoans unilateral sanctions on Venezuela
Tensions started escalating at the end of January, when Juan Guaidó, head of the country’s National Assembly, challenged the legitimacy of sitting President Nicolás Maduro and was declared interim president by the National Assembly. President Maduro has been in power since 2013 and was sworn in again for a second term on 10 January.
Amnesty International issues travel warning for US
Human rights organization Amnesty International issued a travel warning for the US on Thursday, citing "rampant gun violence” in the country.
Australia rules out hosting US missiles
Australia on Monday ruled out hosting ground-based US missiles after talks with Washington's top defense and diplomatic officials.
We have a white nationalist terrorist problem
By The Editorial Board of The New York Times
US continues talks with Taliban to end its longest war
The US and the Taliban were thrashing out elements of a deal to bring a close to Afghanistan's 18-year conflict at the second day of renewed talks in Doha on Sunday.
Japan won't contribute ships to US Middle East maritime force: Mainichi
Japan ruled out joining a US-led maritime force to guard oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz as the crisis in the region deepens, said the Mainichi newspaper, citing unidentified government sources.
US-China trade meeting ends with sharp response to Trump
Talks between US and Chinese trade officials seeking ways to end a yearlong trade war lasted barely half a day before ending on Wednesday with a terse response from China’s Foreign Ministry to US President Donald Trump’s warning not to stall.
Huawei plans extensive layoffs at its US operations: WSJ
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. is planning extensive layoffs in the United States as the Chinese telecoms equipment company grapples with its US blacklisting, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Tropical Storm Barry strengthens, with rain to soak millions
Heavy rains and gusty winds knocked out power on the Gulf Coast on Saturday as a strengthening Tropical Storm Barry churned a path to shore, threatening millions and testing flood-prevention efforts implemented after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans 14 years ago.
Labor Secretary Acosta resigns amid Epstein deal scrutiny
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta Friday announces his resignation following renewed scrutiny of his handling of a 2008 secret plea deal with wealthy financier Jeffrey Esptein, who is accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls.
Washington DC hit by torrential rain, flooding
Torrential rain lashed Washington DC and surrounding areas on Monday, flooding many neighborhoods and hobbling electricity and transportation networks.
Trump faces a range of reelection risks: Poll
A new poll by ABC News and Washington Post shows that US President Donald Trump is facing a range of reelection risks despite reaching the highest job approval rating of his career.

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